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Business Next
October 21, 2016 12:30 PM

10888732_868188386557230_605743371548169360_n.pngMichael Rogers, vice president communications for the Small Business Association of Michigan, interviews Keith Lambert, Licensing and Regulatory Affair’s Bureau of Construction Codes Acting Director, to learn more about the launch of Accela e-PlanCheck. This real time electronic submission saves customers time and money, improves accuracy and allows the bureau to use resources more efficiently. Michigan becomes the first state nationally to implement the new technology for plan review through Accela Automation. Customers can now go through one portal to submit construction documents for new projects, additions or renovations to the Bureau of Construction Codes and other agencies involved in the review.

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